Had lunch here this afternoon. Restaurant is very pleasant, open and airy with white woodwork and shelves. It was crowded, and appeared to be with locals, which is usually a good sign. Opted for the menu del dia; my husband and I had gazpacho, which was tasty, and a fish in salsa verde, which was not. Fish was not fresh, and was overcooked. The salsa verde had an "off" taste as well. It was served with couscous, which seemed like an odd choice. Desserts were fine. Service was odd and abrupt; they brought the check as soon as they cleared dessert plates, without our asking for it, which seemed contrary to custom here in Spain and quite rude. I would not go here again.
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